Monday, 21 November 2011

X2's iTablet Pose a Threat to iPad? reviews features specs ipad vs itablet

After Sony showed their will in designing a tablet similar to that of iPad's, another company recently announced its plans to launch a tablet that could challenge Apple's iPad. The UK base company X2 named their device iTablet, a name that most of us speculated apple will use for its tablet.

What iPad lacks, iTablet provides, everything you wish an iPad should have could be found on this tablet; flash support, 1.3 mega pixel camera, 3 usb ports and HDMI out. The well specced tablet sports a 1.6GHz Intel processors that runs on Windows 7 OS or Linux, 1024 x 768 resolution touchscreens that is available in two sizes, 10.2-inch and 12.1-inch TFT widescreen, bluetooth, wifi and 3g capabilities and an internal 250GB hard drive.

The only downside to this beast is its 35mm thickness, more than double the thickness of iPad's 13.44mm. Nevertheless, iTablet still beats most of iPad's major features and it also include features that iPad lacks, features that most consumers have been complaining for almost a week now. With X2's announcement, I bet Apple is starting to reconsider the final design of iPad. So don't be surprise if you'll see an iPad with a camera or a flash support during it's launching date. The price of this tablet has not been announced yet, it is set to be launch on April this year.

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